We arrived in Cabo during the peak season (2/18-2/25). The hotel was completely booked so we were unable to upgrade to a villa. Our room was in the main part of the hotel & despite all of the negative reviews I have read about the hotel rooms, I was pleasantly surprised. We were on the 3rd floor and the room was very unique, spacious & clean. We had a separate bedroom with a very comfortable bed, a spacious bathroom & a very large kitchen/sitting area with a pull-out sofa. We had a nice size balcony overlooking the tennis court. The architecture was unbelievable! The room had all of the amenities we needed, including a blender for those delicious Don Julio mango margaritas we made each day. Our bedroom was very unique. There were "cubbie-holes" in the bedroom & in the kitchen instead of cabinets. There was a huge closet in the bathroom & it fit our clothes & suitcases perfectly. To be honest, we didn't spend much time in the room, only in the morning & at night. The staff at the hotel were wonderful. The entire resort was spotless! Even though the resort was sold-out, it was surprisingly quiet. The grounds of the hotel were amazing. It was almost like walking thru a rain forest. The landscaping was very lush & well maintained. The two pools had swim-up bars & jacuzzis. The happy hour was almost too good to be true, 10am till 5pm, 2 for 1, EVERYDAY! In order to get a palapa on the beach, you had to get up very early but there were plenty of beach chairs & umbrellas. The restaurant was a bit pricey but the food & view was fantastic. The location of the hotel was ideal. Each morning I walked on the beach to the marina. The marina was only a 10 minute walk, very close. This was our 4th trip to Cabo & I have never stayed in a hotel quite like this one. If you are looking for a big resort with tons of activities, loud music, noise, tourists & a party atmosphere, then this is definitely not the place for you. Go to Me Cabo or Villa Del Palmar instead. This resort was not an all inclusive which is a good thing because there are so many wonderful restaurants in Cabo. Our favorites are: Edith's, La Golandrina, Baja Cantina, La Frida, Big Tony's, Nik San, Art & Beer, etc, etc!!!!. If you need to buy souvenirs, I highly recommend going to San Jose. Its on the way to the airport & the prices are way cheaper than in Cabo. Also, if you like to snorkel or scuba then head to Chileno Bay. As soon as you walk into the water, the fish swim right up to you. If you have food like cheese or pretzels, the fish go insane! Also, if you are a surfer there are a ton of breaks in or around Cabo. You must check out Zippers, Monuments, Tule, Shipwrecks, Old Man's or head to Cerritos, its only a 45 minute drive north, very close to Todos Santos. I highly, highly recommend renting a stand-up paddle board & paddling out to the Arch & Lover's beach. It's a once in a lifetime experience! The weather was perfect! Low 80's during the day & mid 60's at night. No need for air conditioning. Overall, Cabo has it all! It is one of our favorite vacation destinations & that is why we keep going back!
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